Study the rules:
Adjectives give more information about a noun (names, people, places and things)Adverbs give more information about a verb (an action) an adjective (quality) or another adverb (intensity)
Peter writes beautifully Mary is specially careful with children Dr. Zu is a very well known Dentist
easy (-y) + ily = easily complete + ly = completely automatic + ally = automatically horrible (-le) + ly = horribly happy(-y) + ily = happily nice + ly = nicely romantic + ally = romantically simple (-le) + ly = simply
Some adverbs have the same form as an adjective:close, daily, early, fast, hard, high, late, right
Adjective Susan is fast (tells the way she is) She is fast fast is an adjectiveAdverb Susan runs fast (tells the way she runs) She runs fast fast is an adverb
Fill the gaps with the appropriate adjective or adverb:
Good & Well
Fill in the gaps with good and well where appropriate.
1. Peter is adriver, he drives.
2. Martha cooks very . She is acook.
3. Mr. Jones isn't ateacher. He doesn't teach.
4. Do you think Celine Dion is a singer? Does she sing.
5. Ronaldo was asoccer player. He used to play very.